Thursday, February 27, 2014

Homo-con group GOProud takes credit for veto of Arizona's "License to Discriminate" bill

Biggest laugh of the day.

Homo-conservative group GOPRoud sent out the letter below, hours after Governor Brewer of Arizona vetoed the "License to Discriminate" bill. In the letter, the group takes credit for Brewer's decision to veto the legislation.

What a laugh...

Dear Friends,

On Tuesday GOProud sent out a statement encouraging Governor Jan Brewer to veto Arizona Senate Bill 1062, which would have legalized the discrimination of gay individuals.

Today, we are proud to share with you the news that the Governor Brewer has vetoed that legislation. It is because of supporters like you that the message of freedom is reaching conservative leaders all across America.

Governor Brewer's decision reinforced the voices of several influential Republicans like Senator John McCain, Senator Jeff Flake, Governor Mitt Romney, Governor Rick Scott, and Speaker Newt Gingrich, who all spoke out against SB 1062, just like we did.

This is no small victory. GOProud's mission is one that is being characterized by many of our Party leaders. Together, we are entering a modern Republican era, where the principles of conservatism are celebrated by all Americans.

Please take this opportunity to extend your congratulations to our friends in Arizona, express your gratitude for the courage and conviction of leaders like Governor Jan Brewer, and continue supporting the important work we do here at GOProud.

(via JMG)

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